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A novel ultrasound device enables expectant mothers to view their unborn children on their mobile phones

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The Times of Israel has announced that a new handheld ultrasound device is nearing completion. This device will enable pregnant women to monitor the health of their unborn child by connecting to a smartphone.

This device, created by PulseNmore LTD, is designed to provide expectant mothers with peace of mind. It displays images on its screen and transmits them to the pregnant woman’s personal doctor for examination.

Prof. Israel Meisner of Rabin Medical Center posited that “women may not perceive fetal movement, prompting them to contact their physician, who may then refer them to an emergency room. In contrast, this technology enables women to monitor their pregnancies remotely, potentially reducing the need for ultrasound examinations.”

It should be noted that the device is not intended for use as a diagnostic tool. While not yet fully approved in Israel, the company has indicated that the device has been successfully tested in the United States.

It is evident that those who are pro-life can also perceive the advantages of such technology. When a significant number of women who are contemplating abortion are presented with images of their preborn babies on an ultrasound screen, they are inclined to choose life. This is the reason why the abortion industry is not in favour of informed consent laws that require them to show women their ultrasounds, despite the fact that ultrasounds are regarded as standard practice before an abortion to ascertain the gestational age of the preborn baby and to rule out an ectopic pregnancy.

Planned Parenthood, the leading abortion provider in the United States, performs over 320,000 abortions annually. Its use of ultrasound technology is limited to determining the gestational age of the fetus, which is essential for selecting the most appropriate abortion procedure. However, Planned Parenthood has been accused of misleading women about the purpose of ultrasounds and has consistently refused to provide them with images of their preborn children.

The advent of a new ultrasound device that can demonstrate to women the reality of their babies’ heartbeats (as early as 16 days after conception) and other easily recognizable body parts even in the early stages of the first trimester could potentially empower women to gain a more accurate understanding of the developing fetus.

The device is designed for use in up to 25 ultrasound examinations and is expected to retail for approximately $190, not including the cost of a physician examining the images.


Daniel Miller is responsible for nearly all of National Right to Life News' political writing.

With the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency, Daniel Miller developed a deep obsession with U.S. politics that has never let go of the political scientist. Whether it's the election of Joe Biden, the midterm elections in Congress, the abortion rights debate in the Supreme Court or the mudslinging in the primaries - Daniel Miller is happy to stay up late for you.

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